Senior’s SF52 curtain walling keeps slim sightlines in view

For projects that desire a sleek, uniform appearance and demand exceptional energy efficiency, the new SF52 curtain wall system from Senior Architectural Systems can provide the perfect combination of aesthetics and thermal performance.

Interest in Senior’s thermally enhanced SF52 system has continued to soar following the product’s official launch in 2015, with SF52 now firmly established as Senior’s most popular curtain wall solution. 

Key to the system’s successful reception is its slim 52mm sight lines which help achieve an attractive uniform appearance. 

Available as a mullion drained system which removes the need for visible drainage slots, the new SF52 system can also be specified as capped, silicone sealed or as a combination of the two for even greater design flexibility.

SF52 has been carefully designed and developed to ensure that high aesthetics are equally matched by consistent and reliable construction quality, with no special machinery or tooling required for ease of fabrication. 

Suitable for ground floor or high rise projects, full design support and technical back-up is available and the range is also on the NBS National Building Modelling (BIM) Library.

The new SF52 system is fully compatible with Senior’s portfolio of windows and doors and is also capable of holding double or triple glazed units ranging from 24mm to 50mm in thickness via the use of various gaskets and thermal breaks.

Fully CWCT tested and with excellent weather performance, SF52 is also durable, recyclable and has a life expectancy of more than 40 years.

For projects that desire a sleek, uniform appearance and demand exceptional energy efficiency, the new SF52 curtain wall system from Senior Architectural Systems can provide the perfect combination of aesthetics and thermal performance.  

Interest in Senior’s thermally enhanced SF52 system has continued to soar following the product’s official launch in 2015, with SF52 now firmly established as Senior’s most popular curtain wall solution. 

Key to the system’s successful reception is its slim 52mm sight lines which help achieve an attractive uniform appearance. 

Available as a mullion drained system which removes the need for visible drainage slots, the new SF52 system can also be specified as capped, silicone sealed or as a combination of the two for even greater design flexibility.

SF52 has been carefully designed and developed to ensure that high aesthetics are equally matched by consistent and reliable construction quality, with no special machinery or tooling required for ease of fabrication. 

Suitable for ground floor or high rise projects, full design support and technical back-up is available and the range is also on the NBS National Building Modelling (BIM) Library.

The new SF52 system is fully compatible with Senior’s portfolio of windows and doors and is also capable of holding double or triple glazed units ranging from 24mm to 50mm in thickness via the use of various gaskets and thermal breaks.

Fully CWCT tested and with excellent weather performance, SF52 is also durable, recyclable and has a life expectancy of more than 40 years.

600450 Senior’s SF52 curtain walling keeps slim sightlines in view glassonweb.com
Date: 1 February 2016
Source: www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk

See more news about:

Others also read

St. Cloud Window Inc., a leading manufacturer of the high-performance aluminum window, door, and curtain wall products is pleased to introduce the SCW3000 Series, a new line of historic replication/narrow sightline windows and terrace doors.
For use in walls, partitions, railings, doors and more, F+S glass gives you the freedom to tailor your glass designs to project-specific applications and transform spaces of any size or scale.
New York is perhaps the city most synonymous with skyscrapers in the public imagination, and the most architecturally significant addition to the New York skyline in recent years is at 53 West 53rd.
WICTEC is an overall concept of modern-day architecture that reconciles the elements of heat storage, air conditioning, light provision and fire and noise protection within a single façade design.
Janice Yglesias has been promoted to be the American Architectural Manufacturers Association's (AAMA) executive vice president, as approved by the association's board of directors.
Floor-to-ceiling glass introduces natural lighting and frames a spectacular view of downtown Boston, relating the contextual design to the waterfront skyline.

From industry

10924 Granite Street, Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28273
United States

101 Venture Way
Secaucus, NJ 07094-1808
United States

NEWS RELATED PRODUCTS

Add new comment